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Recruitment

Thankfully, I don’t do much recruiting; that’s why we have our amazing Graduate Recruiting Coordinator and a fabulous International Undergraduate Recruiting Coordinator! But as I’ve said, it’s important to stay informed about areas that affect my job, so here is some information on recruiting.

A Win-Win Approach for the Middle East

Accessing the Prospective Student Market in the Caribbean

Attract Fulbright Grantees from Outside Major Cities in Colombia and Mexico

Attracting Adult Learners

Back to Basics-International Recruitment Strategies

Beyond the Lead

Challenges in African Program Development

Collaborating with Competitors for Access and Success A Win-Win for Students and Institutions

Cost-Effective Admissions: Making Online Recruitment Work

Cyber Recruitment-Effective Use of Technology for a Dynamic Demographic

Developing a Strategic Enrollment Plan for a Graduate School

Drive Enrollment with Admissions Events

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Effective Recruitment Strategies in Latin America

Enhancing Internationalism Through Exchange Programs-An Eye on the Future of the Middle East

E-Recruitment-Building Web Traffic and Converting Leads into Students

From Kung Pao to Gao Kao: Understand, Recruit, and Receive Chinese Students

Growing Programs-Saudi

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Improve-EUSA-University-Communications

International Recruitment-Bridging Research and Practice

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Intl Recruiting Fairs-Where Do I Begin

Lunch or Not – Recruiting Strategies in Asia

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Market Me Building a Collaborative Relationship With Your Campus Marketing Department

Meaningful and Creative Social Media Communications Strategies

Measuring Return on Investment in International Student Recruitment

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Not Overrepresented-Strategies and Considerations Unique to Recruiting and Retaining Asian American and Pacific Islander Students

Opportunities and Challenges of Working with Agents

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Recruiting-Overseas

Recruitment Travel and Beyond: Supporting and Enrolling Middle Eastern Students

Return on Investment-Does Recruiting in Africa Pay

Reversing-Downward-European-App-Trend

Shoestring Budget Recruiting with Video-Translations-and Webinars

The Future of Student Recruitment: Research-Based Strategies

Thinking Ahead: Recruiting & Advising Int’l Students with Disabilities

Tools You Can Use

Training Traditional Staff in the Recruitment of Non-traditional Transfer Students

Turning Admitted Students

What You Don’t Know But Should About Major International Organizations

International Recruitment Tools and Techniques-One Size Doesn’t Fit All Slides

Pull and Push Factors for International Students in Australia_Canada_United Kingdom Slides

Recruiting in Iraq-Adapting to Changing Conditions Handout

Recruiting in Iraq-Adapting to Changing Conditions Slides

Recruiting International Students Enrolled in US High Schools Slides

Region II Highlight-Branding Your Office of International Programs Slides

Surprising India-What the Numbers Don’t Tell Us Handout 1

Surprising India-What the Numbers Don’t Tell Us Handout 2

Surprising India-What the Numbers Don’t Tell Us Slides

A Mystery No More-Successfully Engaging Prospective International Students Slides

Basics of Social Media Analytics Slides

China Outreach and Recruitment-Successful Strategies and Suggestions Handout 1

China Outreach and Recruitment-Successful Strategies and Suggestions Handout 2

China Outreach and Recruitment-Successful Strategies and Suggestions Slides

Data-Driven Strategies for International Student Recruitment Slides

Engaging and Enrolling the LGBTQ Community Through Strategic Marketing Slides

International Recruitment Tools and Techniques-One Size Doesn’t Fit All Handout


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